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JessEm Clear-Cut Precision Stock Guides For Table Saws

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Woodcraft.com has JessEm Clear-Cut Precision Stock Guides For Table Saws (04301) on sale for $199.99. Shipping is free w/ promo code SAWDUST.

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About this Product:
  • Unique roller system holds down workpiece and pushes into fence for precision stock feed
  • Guides have 3-1/8" of total vertical travel and can be positioned anywhere along HD T-Track
  • Maximum stock thickness from table saw surface to 13/16" above mounting surface
  • Compatible with most T-Style commercial fences using the included HD T-Track
  • Includes two adjustable roller arm assemblies, fence mount HD T-Track, mounting hardware and detailed instructions

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This deal is back. I skipped it the first time, but after a kick back incident in my shop I decided to pony up for one. Use code SAWDUST for free shipping.

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I grabbed one during the last sale and mounted it on my Skilsaw jobsite saw. It may look a bit weird since it protrudes, but I've put several hundred board feet of wood through it already with zero issues. This is definitely one of my favorite woodworking purchases ever.
Magswitch makes a magnetic featherboard that has a vertical attachment. It holds the stock against the fence and down against the table. It isn't as effective as this one but it does eliminate kickback. Other featherboards may also have attachements like that.

https://smile.amazon.com/Magswitc...JDXBEZGPTJ
It's Canadian. This company invented the router lift and positions themselves the top of the market with competitors like Bridge City, Woodpeckers, etc. Just look at their website and you'll see it's a top flight company with their highly engineered products.

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Best price you'll find for em! Great product! Love these on my SawStop PCS!
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Those look awesome. Unfortunately they wouldn't really work with my jobsite table saw, but someday when I finally have the space for a nice cabinet saw I'm definitely getting these.
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Is there also a 10% code for subscribing to their newsletter?
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Is there also a 10% code for subscribing to their newsletter?
In my experience, those don't work with items that are on sale.
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These are great. Picked them up during the last sale.
Just be careful... Don't use them when ripping narrow stock.
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These are great. Picked them up during the last sale.
Just be careful... Don't use them when ripping narrow stock.
I bought these the last time they were on here. I have found that 3 inches is the max that I feel comfortable ripping. And get a tall push stick.
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I bought these the last time they were on here. I have found that 3 inches is the max that I feel comfortable ripping. And get a tall push stick.
When you say 3" is the max you feel comfortable ripping - did you mean max or min? I don't see how this product works with a push stick. The pictures on the site show them making small rips (less than 2") and there's no way a push stick can be used in conjunction with this device. The one picture where it does show a push stick is on a wide 3"+ cut where the push stick is left of the guides. No way a push stick was used in the other pics. Someone want to explain how that would work for the smaller stock in the other pics?
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When you say 3" is the max you feel comfortable ripping - did you mean max or min? I don't see how this product works with a push stick. The pictures on the site show them making small rips (less than 2") and there's no way a push stick can be used in conjunction with this device. The one picture where it does show a push stick is on a wide 3"+ cut where the push stick is left of the guides. No way a push stick was used in the other pics. Someone want to explain how that would work for the smaller stock in the other pics?
3 inches minimum, sorry. I have a narrow tall push stick, and it clears the rollers by about an inch or so. I wouldn't know how to push them through on anything narrower.
Edit: I see what you mean about those photos on the website. It would be very dangerous to rip stock that thin.
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Those look awesome. Unfortunately they wouldn't really work with my jobsite table saw, but someday when I finally have the space for a nice cabinet saw I'm definitely getting these.
I grabbed one during the last sale and mounted it on my Skilsaw jobsite saw. It may look a bit weird since it protrudes, but I've put several hundred board feet of wood through it already with zero issues. This is definitely one of my favorite woodworking purchases ever.
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Is there a reason to get this if I have an Excalibur overarm dust collector? I'm about to restore a 1950s cabinet saw, but don't know how much functionality it shares with the JessEm. Thanks!
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Hi everyone, I'm new to woodworking and recently got the dewalt dwe7485 table saw with rack and pinion.

Would you think I'd need to modify the rack greatly to accommodate this Jessem?
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3 inches minimum, sorry. I have a narrow tall push stick, and it clears the rollers by about an inch or so. I wouldn't know how to push them through on anything narrower.
Edit: I see what you mean about those photos on the website. It would be very dangerous to rip stock that thin.
Video recommends 2" away from blade...so picture is sort of misleading
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Does the T-track mount on the fence with an adhesive or drilled-screwed on?
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